The TCF, or Test de Connaissance du Français, is the language test of the French Ministry of National Education, Higher Education and Research. It is used to evaluate the level and general competency in French of non-native speakers. The exam is available in different versions, adapted to specific audiences. Our Alliance Française organizes weekly exams in Grenoble on computer, in order to allow you to obtain your TCF as soon as possible.
We also regularly organize sessions for the DELF (Diplôme d’études en langue française) and DALF (diplôme approfondi de langue française) exams.
This is an official exam that evaluates French language skills for anyone who needs to certify a B1 level of French for a naturalization application and/or an A2 level for a 10-year resident card or an A1 level for OFII applications.
Weekly exams usually on Wednesday and/or Thursday.
The Diplôme d’études en langue française (DELF) for adults is an official diploma issued by the French Ministry of Education. There are 4 diplomas corresponding to the first 4 levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: DELF A1, DELF A2, DELF B1 and DELF B2.
The DCL certifies the language skills necessary to carry out activities in a professional situation, in accordance with the CEFR -Common European Framework of Reference for Languages- and its different levels.
It is an official exam that assesses French language skills for anyone who needs to certify their level of French for personal, professional or academic reasons.
Examinations once or twice a month on Tuesdays.
The Diplôme approfondi de langue française (DALF) is a diploma issued by the French Ministry of Education. It certifies competence in French as a foreign language. The DALF is composed of 2 independent diplomas corresponding to the advanced levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: the DALF C1 and the DALF C2.